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Chase writes to his nephew to tell him of a student who has dropped out of the school and changes he thinks should be made to its administration. Chase also discusses feeling overwhelmed with work as well as a response to a negative pamphlet being distributed in England and the favorable reaction to it. He also discusses his brother George's disappointing conduct and the death of his son, Philander.
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Chase, Philander, "Letter to Intrepid Morse" (1825). Philander Chase Letters. 517.